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Full text of "Alaskan glacier studies of the National Geographic Society in the Yakutat Bay, Prince William Sound and lower Copper River regions"

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ALASKAN GLACIER STUDIES
possible.   Bryant's photograph of Tyndall Glacier from an adjacent peak in Chaix Hills in 1897 seems to show much less crevassing. A rumor in Alaska in 1909 that a long narrow bay extending many miles back into the
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PIG. 2.   TOPHAM'B MAP or THE WESTERN PORTION OF MALASITNA GIAOUR IN 1888.
western part of Malaspina had recently formed, suggested that Tyndall and Guyot Glaciers had either retreated very rapidly by the floating away of large ice masses or had advanced notably so that a new bay was formed along one side of the lobe. This was